Organic price tags may be hard to swallow
Doomer Dinner Party - Challenge
How Might We Be Fed? Part Two
UK road traffic rises 25% in 15 years
'Miracle' saved Balkans from blackout during gas crisis
Climate causes Switzerland and Italy to redraw border
Swiss direct democracy protects against modern world "change bias"
Anthropologists as journalists
Scientists on the streets
Plan B: scientists get radical in bid to halt global warming ‘catastrophe’
Krugman: A continent adrift (Europe)
Benoit Mandelbrot and the wildness of financial markets
Time to gamble on a post-carbon world
Too big to fail? Think again
The Oil Drum: World oil production peaked in 2008
Belgian parliament group treks to Uppsala for peak oil briefing
Global Oil Briefing No.2 (PO newsletter in German and English)
San Francisco: Preparing city for life after oil
Energy efficiency – the Cinderella at the climate policy ball – can steal the show
Lovelock labels Europe's carbon trading scheme a 'scam'
Carbon trade wrong, says Lord Browne
Recession has taken toll on alternative energy
Canals and rivers to lead micro-hydropower revolution
Locavolts or Super Grids? Where to Source Clean Energy?
Warnings Grow Louder About Global Data Center Power Crisis
The Great Outdoors arose out of ideas developed from the Free Range Network's Less is a Four Letter Word initiative. We had to solve the problem of communicating the need for change encapsulated in the question, "in a world of excess consumption and luxury, how do you develop a means of teaching people to live simply?" ...After much deliberation we hit upon a quite novel approach -- we go camping!
UK Archbishop Williams delivers attack on impact of globalisation
Monbiot: This scam is nothing but a handout for motor companies, resprayed green
Prince Charles: 'We have less than 100 months to stop climate change disaster'
Who needs a garden?
California: A tiny town in the Central Valley prepares for 'Armageddon'
Kitchen Gardener International